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Voices of Indigenous KidsBook - 2013
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A number of Indigenous children from Canada and the United States discuss what happens in their daily lives in interviews with the author. (Division two and up.)
EPLKidsCollections Aug 15, 2016
Ellis relates the true stories of Indigenous youth struggling to find their personal identities even though each day is a struggle. Inspiring and uplifting.
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"If the world thinks Native kids are worthless, then the best answer we can give them is to become the best- the best athletes, the best scholars, the best lawyers, the best parents- whatever. Not for them. For ourselves. To protect ourselves from all those negative messages."
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